Mirror Plans to Expand Into Fashion, Beauty and Telemedicine, CEO Says

Mirror Plans to Expand Into Fashion, Beauty and Telemedicine, CEO Says

Mirror founder and Chief Executive Officer Brynn Putnam discusses the company's interactive fitness system and growth opportunities with Bloomberg's Taylor Riggs on "Bloomberg Technology."
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Bullard Spars With Mishkin Over Lifeless Body of Phillips Curve

Federal Reserve policy maker James Bullard and his former colleague Frederic Mishkin sparred in London over the death of the Phillips Curve, diverging on whether the phenomenon it describes has disappeared. Mishkin and Bullard spoke at the Monetar...
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BofA Fund Manage Survey Shows Investors Seeking Safety

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Vlieghe Sees BOE Stimulus If Brexit Uncertainty Endures

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The Democratic candidates will meet for the fourth presidential debate on Tuesday after an extraordinary series of events that has dramatically altered the race since the last forum in September.
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Johnson & Johnson raised its sales and earnings forecast, giving a rosier outlook to investors concerned by the mounting legal pressure across the health-care giant's portfolio of drugs, consumer products and medical devices.
Fed's Bullard on Interest Rates, U.S. Economy, Inflation

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Expect the U.S. Economy to Bottom Out in 1Q of 2020, Says Allianz's Subran

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